As a power-hungry Texas looks for more electricity generation, Chamisa Energy thinks a solution is underground: compressed air stored in man-made salt caverns in the Panhandle.
The Santa Fe, N.M.-based company has a 514-acre site near Tulia, a small town 50 miles south of Amarillo, that company officials believe is the right mix of geography, geology and timing.
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